Wacky MOLE: Media Says 'Important' For Rep. Omar To 'Succeed'


In this week’s Wacky Moments Of Liberal Expression:

For Tuesday’s edition of Prime Time, CNN host Chris Cuomo invited on Toronto Starfact checker Daniel Dale in an attempt to catch President Trump in “lies” about immigration and the border. But while the anti-Trump journalists were trying to pounce on the President, they both shared a whopper of a lie when they falsely claimed Democrats weren’t for open borders. Cuomo went so far as to suggest he’s never heard a Democrat promote that.

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough was critical of Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R.-Texas) for engaging Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on Twitter after she described the 9/11 terrorist attacks as “some people did something.” Scarborough said, "It's so important,I think personally, for her to succeed.Right? She's -- there have been some missteps. But there's something much bigger here, like, going on. We don't want one of our first Muslim, women, Americans, to, to, to, to,blow uppolitically like this." Interesting choice of words there Joe.

The liberal media was very upset this week after AG William Barr told lawmakers he believed there was spying on the Trump campaign during the Obama administration. So who became a guest on many of the news shows?  With no sense of irony many invited James Clapper, the former director of the National Security Administration under President Obama. Clapper, of course, lied to lawmakers when questioned about spying on the American people (sorry, gave the “least untruthful” answer). Clapper was shocked at Barr’s comments because of the “negative connotation” that people have with spying.

For more liberal media wackiness, check out NewsBusters.

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